Dads are constantly on the go. From the office, to coaching baseball, to cooking dinner, to you name it, and back just in time to help with homework and getting in a bedtime story.
So instead of buying him a tie this year, how about giving Dad something he can really use? Health.
With all he’s got going on, he probably doesn’t have a lot of time to really think about health. But he needs to.
Did you know poor physical activity alone can lead to cancer? Close to one-third of all cancer-related deaths in the United States each year are due to excessive weight and low activity levels. So talk to your dad and see what you can do to help get him moving in the direction of better health.
Here are some unique gift ideas that will give your dad lasting benefits long after Father’s Day.
1. True Health Assessment
Grab your iPad and give your dad a free USANA’s True Health Assessment this Father’s Day. Get to know what your dad’s needs are and work together to help improve his lifestyle and nutrition with insightful reports loaded with useful, personalized information.
Dad will feel so much better when he’s able catch some sun. He’ll also get the added benefit of Vitamin D. So, how about this year, you get him out of the house and into the sun? Just a bit of those bright, warm rays will help maintain his bones and teeth, plus prevent Vitamin D deficiency. But don’t forget the sunscreen!
Something Dad might really appreciate this year is a yummy meal of fish. Fish has omega-3 fatty acids, which contribute to cardiovascular, immune, and joint health. He’ll love the taste, but even more, the benefits.
Dads work hard all year long. How about giving him a day to rest? Getting caught up on sleep will help him feel more energized and ready to take on those fun family events and trips this summer, especially the family reunion at Aunt Betty’s.
5. Joint Care
That old football injury is really starting to take a toll on Dad’s sporting activities. Give him some USANA Procosa so he can continue doing the things he loves most. His joints will thank you for it.
6. Quality Time
Knowing you want to spend some good, quality time with him will make Dad feel better than just about anything else. Go on a hike, take a bike ride, or finally go on that fishing trip he’s been asking about for years.
Happy Father’s Day to all of you amazing dads out there. We hope your day is filled with peace and love, and most importantly, good health.
*These statements have not been evaluated by the Food and Drug Administration. This product is not intended to diagnose, treat, cure, or prevent any disease.
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